Danny Baggish won his first CDC Magic Darts Championship Darts Circuit title on Sunday, defeating Joe Huffman in the Event Ten final in Philadelphia.
Florida's Baggish rose to prominence in July by winning the North American Championship in Las Vegas, securing a spot in the William Hill World Darts Championship in the process.
He had produced a CDC record 112 in Saturday's Event Nine during a run to the last 16, and went all the way to victory 24 hours later in the year's final ranking event.
Baggish averaged over 100 again in his win over Joe Chaney in the last 32, and saw off former World Championship qualifier Chuck Puleo 6-2 with a 98 average in the semi-finals.
Huffman shared the opening four legs of the final, but Baggish claimed four in a row to complete a 6-2 success.
Matt Campbell's run to the semi-finals secured his place at the World Championship as the top Canadian from the CDC Order of Merit, where he joins top American ace Darin Young and Baggish.
Following Sunday's tournament, the leading 16 players from the Championship Darts Circuit Order of Merit qualify to compete in next month's CDC Continental Cup, presented by Cosmo Darts.
The Continental Cup will be held at the K of C Council Hall #3701 in Woodside, New York on Saturday October 19, and will be the first ticketed spectator event being staged by the CDC, with the first round in the afternoon from 1200 USET and the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final in the evening session from 1800.
Tickets begin from just $10. To purchase, please visit www.ticketsource.us/champdarts.
For further details about the CDC, visit www.champdarts.com.
2019 CDC Magic Darts Championship Darts Circuit
Joe Huffman 6-1 Jason Brandon
Matt Campbell 6-3 Danny Lauby
Chuck Puleo 6-2 Larry Butler
Danny Baggish 6-1 Jeremiah Miller
Joe Huffman 6-4 Matt Campbell
Danny Baggish 6-2 Chuck Puleo
Danny Baggish 6-2 Joe Huffman